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Daughters op the American 
Revol-ution. Mary Penrose 
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Regent — 

PKARi, Foster Rahic 

Vice-Regent — 

Sarah Elizabeth Fitch 

Recording Secretary — 
Margaret Vesey 

Corresponding Secretary — 
Etta Keei. Pettit 

Treasurer— 

M11.DRED McCuRDY Evans 

Registrar — 

Maude Eavey Perfect 

Historian — 

Dr. Carrie Banning 

Chaplain — 

CAR01.YN Randai.1, Fairbank 

Ex-RegentvS — 

Mrs. Frances M. Robertson - - 1901-1903 

Mrs. Caroi^yn Randai^l Fairbank, 1903-1905 

Mrs. Winifred J. Randai^l, - - 1905-1906 



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Dr. Banning 
Mrs. Nichoi,s 






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Mrs. Huntbr 
Mrs. N1CH01.S 



Mrs. DunkeivBERg 



Program 



October Fifth 



Martha Washington- 
Mrs. Fairbank 

Mrs. Kvans— Hostess 

November Second 

Subject to be selected — 

Mrs. Robertson 

Mrs. Robertson-- Hostess 



December Seventli 

Doti.Y Madison- 
Mrs. GrISWOIvD 

Mrs. BARRKTT—Hostess 



January Fourth 
Kl-IZA Pincknky — 



Mrs. Fry 

Mrs. Kmmons— Hostess 



February First 

Margaret Winthrop— • 

Mrs. Heaton 

Mrs. Mossman, Hostess 



program 



Reading— 



February Twenty-Second 

WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY 
Committee on Entertainment 
Mrs. Hkaton 
Mrs. McCaskky 
Miss Vksey 

Mrs. Dunkei.be;rg— Chairman 
Mrs. YapIvK— Hostess 

March First 

Dr. Banning 

Mrs. Perfect —Hostess 



April Fifth 
Mercy Warren — 

Mrs. Dunkelburg 

Mrs. Merritt— Hostess 

May Third 
Report from Continentai, Congress — 
Bisection of Officers 

Mrs. Griswoi^d— Hostess 

June 

FLAG DAY 

""' Hurrah for the flag, our country^ s flag ! 

Its stripes and white stars, too ! 
There is no flag in any land. 
Like our own red, white and blue.^^ 



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Banningf, Dr. Carrie 1203 Crescent Ave 

Barrett, Mrs. Marian Anna 2325 Fairfield Ave 

Barrett, Miss Florence 2325 Fairfield Ave 

Brown, Mrs, Amanda Randall Hotel 

Brown, Mrs. Minnie Graves 344 W. Berry St 

Dunkelberg, Mrs. Anna Crockett.*-.. 2417 S. Harrison St 

Ellison, Miss Phebe 

Emmons, Mrs. Bertha Evart 2440 Fairfield Ave 

Evans, Mrs. Mildred McCurdy 1042 Glasgow Ave 

Fairbank, Mrs. Carolyn Randall.., 409 E. Berry St 

Fitch, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth 920 Webster St 

Fry, Mrs. Josephine S 817 Fairfield Ave 

Granger, Mrs. Laura 722 Jackson St 

Griswold, Mrs. Louise Norton W. Wayne St 

Hanna, Mrs. Martha Brandriff 1228 W. Berry St 

Haberly, Miss Francis Marion Spy Run Ave 

Heaton, Mrs. Kate Russell 734 W. Wayne St 

Hunter, Mrs. Cora Andrews 1011 W. Wayne St 

Hunter, Miss Stella May 1011 W. Wayne St 

Lukens, Mrs. Mary Brandriff 910 W. Berry St 

McAllister, Mrs, Theodosia Purman Fort Wayne 

McCaskey, Mrs. Louise Sturgis 439 W. Main St 

Merritt, Mrs. Flora 225 Woodland Ave 

Mossman, Mrs. Emma Seymour 1202 W, Wayne St 

Muirhead, Miss Laura Douglas 2533 Calhoun St 

Nichols, Mrs. Edna Eavey W. Wayne St 

Perfect, Mrs. Maude Eavey 1233 W. Wayne St 

Pettit, Mrs. Ella Keel 830 W. Berry St 

Rahe, Mrs. Pearl Foster 2138 Fairfield Ave 

Randall, Mrs. Winifred J Randall Hotel 

Robertson, Mrs. Frances M Spy Run Ave 



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Seavey, Mrs. Amy R 923 W. Main St 

Thieme, Mrs. Bessie Loring 1026 W. Berry St 

Vesey, Mrs. Sarah 1210 Maple Ave 

Vesey, Miss Margaret 2602 Thompson Ave 

White, Mrs. Minnie Thompson 514 K. Berry St 

Whery, Dr. Mary 404 B. Berry St 

Wilbur, Miss Flora 535 W. Berry St 

Williams, Miss Gertrude Lile 225 Woodland Ave 

Woodworth, Miss Alida Taylor 904 W. Berry St 

Wood, Mrs. Louise,..«*»^ Lau Block 

Yaple, Mrs. Fannie Russell 1115 W. Wayne St 

Aber, Mrs. Viola Greer, 805 First St,, Pasadena, Cal 

Bash, Mrs, Lillian Root, The Hai Grave, W, 72 St., N. Y 
Bash, Mrs. Minnie Keel 

1712 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Indianapolis, Ind 

Klinkensmith, Miss Anna 320 E. 57th St., Chicago 

Merriam, Mrs, Irma Seavey 

65Langdon St., Cambridge, Mass 

Miesse, Miss Katherine 

5707 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111 

Muirhead, Miss Margaret ,^^ Seattle, Wash 

Sturgeon, Mrs. Mabel, ^^. 

5021 Pulaski Ave., Germantown, Pa 

Silcoott, Mrs. Blanch Williams Fort Sill, Oklahoma 

Van Sweringen, Mrs, Cora MiCvSse 

* 5707 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111 

Watt, Mrs. BvelynBond, 298 Union St., Hackensack,N.Y. 



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ARTICLE I. 
Name. 
This Society shall be called The Mary Penrose Wayne 
Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, of 
Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

ARTICLE II. 
Object of the Society. 

1. To foster a spirit of true patriotism. 

2. To encourage historical research in relation to the 
American Revolution. 

3. To cherish, maintain and extend the institutions of 
America; to advocate appropriate celebrations of all 
patriotic anniversaries. 

4. To preserve the memory of the noble women who 
bore their share in the dangers and privations of the war 
of the Revolution. 

ARTICLE III. 

Membership. 

I. Any woman of Indiana, not a member of any other 
Chapter, may be eligible for membership, who is of the age 
of eighteen years, and who is descended from an ancestor 
who, with unfailing loyaiity, rendered material aid to the 
cause of Independance, as a recognized patriot, as a soldier, 
as a sailor, or as a civil officer in one of the several Colon- 
ies or States, or of the United Colonies or States; provided, 
that the application shall be acceptable to the National 
and Local Societies. 



2. The election of members sliall be as follows: Every 
applicant for membership shall be referred to a Board of 
Safety, said Board to consist of three (3) members, who 
shall be appointed by the Regent and known only to the 
Regent. 

3. if the applicant shall be deemed satisfactory to the 
Board of Safety and has eligibility estabHshed. the appli- 
cation shall receive the endorsement of the Regent, 
Secretary and Registrar, and be forwarded to the National 
Board of Management. 

ARTICLE IV. 
Officers. 

1. The Officers of this Chapter shall be a Regent, who 
is also a delegate to the Continental Congress of the National 
Society; Vice-Regent, Recording Secretary, Corresponding 
Secretary, Treasurer, Registrar, Historian and Chaplain. 

2. These Officers shall form the Local Board of Man- 
agement. They shall be elected by ballot, by a vote of the 
majority of the members present at the annual meeting?. 
No member shall be eligible to the same office for more 
than two years successively. 

ARTICLE V. 
Regent. 

1 . The Regent, or in her absence, the Vice-Regent, or in 
their absence, a chairman pro tern, shall preside at al^ 
meetings. 

2. She shall preserve order and see that the Constitution 
and By-Laws are enforced. 

3. She shall issue credentials in the form of a certificate 
of election to all Chapter delegates to the Continental Con- 
gress, which shall be signed by herself and the Correspond- 
ing Secretary. 



ARTICLE VI. 
Recording Secretary. 

1. The Recording Secretary shall keep a record of all 
meetings of the Chapter and the Local Board of Manage- 
ment, and together with the presiding officer shall certify 
to all acts of the Chapter. 

She shall prepare the annual report of the Society, a copy 
of which shall be forwarded to the Secretary-General of 
the National Society and the State Regent. 

ARTICLE VII. 

Corresponding Secretary. 

I. The Corresponding Secretary shall attend to all cor- 
respondence of the Chapter and the Local Board of Man- 
agement; distribute all pamphlets, circulars and supplies 
as directed by the Local Board of Management. 

2. She shall give due notice of time and place of all 
meetings, notify officers of their election, and committees 
of their appointment. 

3. She shall notify the State Regent and Secretary-Gen- 
eral of the election and appointment of all Chapter officers 
and delegates. 

4. She shall also notify the Registrar-General of the 
resignation or death of any member of the Chapter. 

ARTICLE VIII. 
Treasurer, 

L The Treasurer shall collect and be custodian of all 
the funds of the Chapter. 

2. She shall pay to the Treasurer-General on or before 
the twenty-second (22nd) day of February the sum of one 
dollar ($ 1 .00) for each active member of the Chapter. 



3. She shall forward to the Treasurer-General the 
initiation fees. 

4- Out of the funds of the Chapter she shall pay such 
sums as may be ordered by the Chapter, or the Local 
Board of Management. 

5. She shall keep a true account of the receipts and pay- 
ments, and at each annual meeting render the same to the 
Chapter, that the Local Board may audit her accounts. 

ARTICLE IX. 
Registrar. 

1 , The Registrar shall keep a register of the names and 
dates of the election, resignation, or death of any member 
of the Chapter. 

2. She shall also have the care and custody of all the 
duplicates of the applications for membership that have 
been approved by the National Council. 

ARTICLE X. 

Historian. 

The Historian shall keep a record of all historical and 
commemorative meetings of the Chapter, and shall prepare* 
for otficial publication, historical and biographical sketches 
of members of the Society or their ancestors, and such 
other historical papers as the Chapter desires. 

ARTICLE XL 
Initiation and Dues. 

1 . All fees and dues shall be such as the National So- 
ciety has prescribed. 



2. A member who shall remain in arrears for dues for 
three months after notice of her indebtednes has been sent 
her by mail or messenger, may be dropped from the rolls 
by a majority vote of the Local Board of Management; but 
not till after two notices of arrears shall have been so sent. 

ARTICLE XII. 

Meetings. 

1 . The regular meetings of this Chapter shall be held 
the first Monday of each Month, beginning with October. 
Special meetings may be called at any time by the Regent 
or by the Local Board. 

2. The Chapter shall hold its annual business meeting 
on the first Monday in May, 

ARTICLE XIII. 
Guests. 

1. Husbands of members of the Society of the Daugh- 
ters of the Revolution may participate in the social events 
of the Chapter, and so may the wives of the Sons of the 
American Revolution when their husbands are invited. 

2. Any member of the Mary Penrose Wayne Chapter 
may invite a member of any other Chapter of the Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution as a guest to any regular 
meeting of the Chapter, except the Annual meeting. 

3. Any member entertaining the Chapter shall be privi- 
leged to invite two guests, except at the Annual meeting. 



ARTICLE XIV, 
Amendments. 

These By-Laws may be amended at a regular meeting of 
the Chapter, two-thirds of the members present concurring 
therein, written notice of the proposed amendment having 
been mailed to each member of the Chapter at least five 
days before the meeting, at which action on the proposed 
amendment is to be taken. 





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D. A. R. 

YEAR BOOK 



1909 



1910 



MARY PENROSE WAYNE CHAPTER 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 




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One flag-, one land, one heart, one hand. 
One nation evermore. 

— Holmes. 



FLAG DAYS 

Evacuation Day November 25 

Lincoln's Birthday February 12 

Washington's Birthday February 22 

Battle of Lexington April 19 

Memorial Day May 30 

Flag Day June .14 

Bunker Hill Day June 17 

Independence Day Julx- 4 



"Off with your hat as the flag- g-oes by! 

Uncover the j'oung-ster's head; 
Teach him to hold it holy and high, 

For the sake of the noble dead." 



NATIONAL OFFICERS 

President General 

Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, 

701 E. Taylor Street, Bloomington, 111., and 902 F 

Street, "Washington, D. C. 

Vice-President General 

Mrs. Miranda B. Tulloch, 
121 B Street, S. E., and 902 F Street, Washington, D. C. 

Corresponding Secretary General 

Mrs. Mabel G. Swormstedt (Lyman B.), 
902 F. St., Washington, D. C. 

Recording Secretary General 

Miss Mary R. W^ilcox, 
902 F Street, Washington, D. C. 

Treasurer General 

Mrs. Lulu R. Hoover (William D.), 
902 F Street, Washington, D. C. 

Registrar General 

Miss Grace M. Pierce, 
902 F Street, Washington, D. C. 

Historian General 

Mrs. Gertrude B. Darwin (Charles), 

902 F Street, W^ashington, D. C. 



STATE OFFICERS 



State Regent 

Mrs. John Lee Dinwiddle (Sarah A.), 
Fowler, Ind. 

State Vice- Regent 

Mrs. William C. Ball (Emma), 

Muncie, Ind. 

State Secretary 

Mrs. Frank Felter, 
Huntington, Ind. 

State Treasurer 

Mrs. Otto Rott (Anna Cravens), 
Bloomington, Ind. 

State Historian 

Miss Eliza G, Browning-, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



OFFICERS OF 
MARY PENROSE WAYNE CHAPTER 

Reg-ent Mrs. Dunkelberg- 

Vice-Reg-ent . . Mrs. White 

Recording- Secretary Mrs. Nichols 

Corresponding' Secretary Mrs. Pettit 

Treasurer Mrs. Evans 

Registrar Mrs. McCaskey 

Historian Dr. Banning 

Chaplain Mrs. Perfect 



EX-REGENTS 

Mrs. Frances M. Robertson, 
Mrs. Carolyn Randall Fairbank, 
Mrs. Winifred J. Randall, 
Mrs. Pearl Foster Rahe. 



COMMITTEES 



PROGRAM 



Mrs. Merritt. ■ Mrs. Granger 

Miss Muirhead. 



LOCAL HISTORY AND LANDMARKS 

Dr. Banning. Mrs. Rol^frtson. 

Mrs. Griswold. 



MUSIC 

Miss Haberly. Miss Hunter 

Miss Sallie Vesey. 



COMMIT TEES— Continued 



HOSPITALITY 

Mrs. Mossman. Mrs. Evans. 

Mrs. Yaple. 



WAYS AND MEANS 

Mrs. Randall. Mrs. Fitch. 

Mrs. Seavey. 



CUSTODIANS OF RELIC ROOMS 

:\Irs. Hunter. Miss Woodworth. 

Mrs. Lukens. 



CUSTODIAN OF SCRAP-BOOK 

Mrs. Hanna. 



The Mary Penrose Wayne Chapter of the Daug-hters 
of the American Revolution was organized under the 
Constitution of the National Society D. A. R.. April 
21st, 1901. Charter presented January 20th, 1902. 




Daughters of the American 
Revolution 



PURPOSE OF THE ORGANIZATION 



1. To foster a spirit of true patriotism. 

2. To encourag-e historical research in relation to 
the American Revolution. 

3. To cherish, maintain and extend the institutions 
of America; to advocate appropriate celehrations of 
all patriotic anniversaries. 

4. To preserve the memory of the noble women 
who bore their share in the dangers and privations 
of the war of the Revolution. 



Program 1909-1910 



September Twenty-Fourth 

3 to 7 p. m. 
Hostess: Mrs. Paul Mossman. 

"Come in the evening or come in the morning, 

Come when you are looked for, or come without 
warning, 

Kisses and welcome you'll find here before you 

And the oftener you come here the more I'll adore 
you." 



Reception for Huntington Chapter, of Huntington, 
Ind. 



Members unable to be present at any meeting 
should notify the hostess before the date of enter- 
tainment. 



October Fourth 

3 p. m. 

Hostess: Mrs. E. H. Merritt. 



"The time has come," the Walrus said, "to speak of 
many things.'' 



Regent's Day 



October Eleventh 

3 p. m. 
Hostess: Mrs. C. A. Dunkelberg. 

Talk— "Children of the Republic," by the State 

Regent. 

Mrs. John Lee Dinwiddle. 



November First 

3 p. m. 



Hostess: Mrs. W. G. Evans. 

''The Alamo of Texas," 
Miss Marg-aret Vesey. 



December Sixth 

3 p. m. 



Hostess: Mrs. Frank Rahe. 

'The Parsons of the Colonial Period, 
Mrs. C. D. Emmons. 



January Third 

3 p, m. 



Hostess: Mrs. W. A. Nichols. 

"Alice of Old Vincennes," 
Mrs. Frank Rahe. 



February Seventh 

3 p. m. 

Hostesses: 
Mrs. F. M. Robertson and Miss Frances Haberiy 

Musical. 



February Twenty-Second 

3 p. m. 

Hostess: Mrs. Paul Mossman. 

Spelling Bee. 

Mrs. Evans. 
Mrs. Brown. 
Mrs. Fry. 



March Seventh 

3 p. m. 



Hostess: Mrs. C. B. Fitch. 

"Fort Wayne at Detroit," 
Mrs. A. H. Perfect. 



April Fourth 

3 p. m. 



Hostess: Mrs. C. D. Emmons. 

"The Old State Road," 
Mrs. B. J. Griswold. 



May Second 

3 p. m. 



Hostess: Mrs. H. G. Granger 

Yearly Meeting-. 
Election of Officers. 



June Fourteenth— Flag Day 



"Unfurl the flag! let the winds caress 

And lift it in rippling- loveliness 

Over all the wide west-world we claim 

By cross and sword and in Freedom's name. 

Unfurl the flag"! let it curl and kiss 

The zephyr that faints in the summer bliss; 

It was born in storm, and its glory sprung 

"Where the bolts of battle shrieked and sung. 

God bless the flag! let it float, and fill 

The sky with its beauty; our heartstrings thrill 

To the low, sweet chant of its wind-swept bars 

And the chorus of all its clustered stars." 



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MEMBERS 

Nat. No. Signature Address 

44271 Banning', Carrie Dr. Carrie Banning" 

820 Perry Ave. 

*36685 Barrett, Maria Anna Mrs. J. M. Barrett 

2325 Fairfield Ave. 

*36686 Barrett, Florence. Miss Florence Barrett 

2325 Fairfield Ave. 

* 4092 Brown, Minnie Graves.. Mrs. Minnie G. Brown 

344 W. Berry 

t43882 Dunkelberg-, Anna Crockett 

Mrs. C. A. Dunkelberg 

2401 Fairfield Ave. 

3232 Emmons, Bertha Ewart..Mrs. C. D. Emmons 

2440 Fairfield Ave. 

63461 Evans, Mildred McCurdy Mrs. W. A. Evans 

1227 W. Wayne. 

*35807 Fairbank, Carolyn Randall 

Mrs. C. R. Fairbank 

409 E. Berry. 

*10452 Fitch, Sarah Elizabeth Mrs. C. B. Fitch 

920 Webster St. 

47618 Fry, Josephine S Mrs. J. H. Fry 

817 Fairfield Ave. 

* 37649 Granger, Laura Mrs. H. G. Granger 

722 Jackson St. 

60280 Griswold, Louise Norton.. Mrs. B. J. Griswold 

1316 W. Wayne St. 

69217 Green, Eugenia Heath. ... Mrs. Dallas Green 

2606 Hoagland Ave 

* The names marked with star are charter members. 
t The names marked with daggrer are life members 



Nat. No. Signature Address 

55638 Hanna, Martha Branclriff . .Mrs. M. B. Hanna 

1228 W. Berry St. 

*36687 Haberly, Frances M. .Miss Frances M. Haberly 

Spy Run Ave. 

44273 Heaton, Kate Russell Mrs, O. N. Heaton 

734 W. Wayne St. 

44270 Hunter, Cora Andrews Mrs. L. C. Hunter 

1011 W. Wayne St. 

44272 Hunter, Stella May Miss Stella M. Hunter 

1011 W. Wayne St. 

64566 Lukens, Mary Brandriff . . Mrs. A. L. Lukens 

910 W. Berry St. 

72828 Lowry, Jessie Rudisell. . Miss Jessie R. Lowry 

802 W. Berry. 

42884 McCaskey, Louise Sturgis 

Mrs. G. W. McCaskey 

439 W. Main St. 

*36193 Merritt, Flora Pinney Mrs. E. H. Merritt 

225 W. Woodland Ave. 

43884 MossiTian, Emma Seymour 

Mrs, Paul Mossman 

1202 W. Wayne St. 

44249 Muirhead, Laura Miss Laura Muirhead 

2533 S. Calhoun St. 

54924 Nichols, Edna Eavey Mrs. W. A. Nichols 

1314 W. Wayne St. 

56238 Perfect, Maude Eavey Mrs. A. H. Perfect 

1233 W. Wayne St. 

55637 Pettit, Ella Keel Mrs. W. L. Pettit, Jr, 

830 W. Berry St. 

49890 Rahe, Pearl Foster Mrs. Frank Rahe 

2138 Fairfield Ave. 

* 3 725 2 Randall, Winfied J Mrs. Perry Randall 

Sprankle Station. 



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Nat. No. Signature Address 

=■•=19135 Robertson, Frances M 

Mrs. Frances M. Robertson 

Spy Run Ave. 

*37252 Seavey, Amy Randall. .... Mrs. Amy R. Seavey 

923 W. Ma.n St. 

*16913 Thieme, Bessie Loring Mrs. T. F. Thieme 

1026 W. Berry St. 

44913 Vesey, Sarah ...Mrs. Sarah Vesey 

1210 Maple Ave. 

50703 Vesey, Margaret Miss Margaret Vesey 

2602 Thompson Ave, 

70300 Vesey, feallie W Miss Sallie W. Vesey 

2602 Thompson Ave. 

*37255 White, Minnie Thompson. .Mrs. Edward White 

514 E. Berry St. 

24586 Wilbur, Flora Miss Flora Wilbur 

W. Berry St. 

*36689 Williams, Gertrude LilcMiss G. L. Williams 

225 W. Woodland Ave. 

*27650 Woodworth, Alida Taylor. 

Miss Alida Woodworth 

722 Jackson St. 

39016 Wood, Louise Mrs. Louise Wood 

Lau Block 

44274 Yaple, Fannie Russell jM^rs. Carl Yaple 

1115 AV. Wayne St. 

NON-RESIDENTS 

54242 Aber. Mrs. Viola Greer, 805 First St., Pasa- 
dena, Cal. 

54702 Bash, Mrs. Lillian Root, The Hai Grave, New 
York City. 



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